The MPs also wants the commission to warn government against the shoot to kill policy. Joy Atim, the Lira district woman MP wants the commission to sensitize police officers who are being directed to shoot to kill that their rights too are being violated.
William Nzoghu, the Busongora County stood up and congratulated the four MPs on the Supreme Court ruling saying the court ruling is a testimony that Rebecca Kadaga, the Speaker of Parliament is a knowledgeable person in law and deserves better.
But Mukasa instead asked the MPs to direct the question of Sejusa\'s whereabouts to the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga. The Security Minister said that the controversial General never informed his office of his plans to fly out of Uganda.
Christine Namawube, the officer in Charge of Nyendo Police station says at least two cases of crimes are reported at the station daily. She identifies the hot crime spots as Kakyaafu, Mukudde, Kitata zone, Nakayiba and Kayilikiti zones.
Parliament has today in a morning special sitting paid tribute to the former Member of Parliament for Ngora County Fiona Egunyu. Egunyu passed away on Sunday, September 8th at Kitante Medical Centre at 50 years.
However, almost five months after Ochola issued the directive nothing has been done. Joy Berna, the co-director and wife to Aropet says she is not aware of the eviction directive issued by Ochola.
In his April directive, Ochola also ordered for the demolition of all dilapidated structures at the barracks.
As a member of FTA, countries trade on a full duty free and quota free basis. Uganda as one of the 19 members of COMESA FTA, is exposed to regional markets, where it can export its products and in return get high export earnings. Kyambadde says that with FTA, Uganda has created trade interconnections that have enabled easier movement of goods and labour.
One person was shot dead and another injured during the shoot out between the army and LDU at Nakunyen in Amudat, about 100 kilometers South East of Moroto town. The deceased was identified as Lochoni Alukaki and the injured is Lokunoi Nanyiman, both residents of Nagoliet village in Looro Sub County in Amudat.
The Fund supports activities which address the harm resulting from crimes under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court by assisting victims to return to a dignified and contributory life within their communities. It has directly been used to address and respond to war victimsâ€™ physical, psychological and material needs.
Majority of the UPDF applicants from Teso were disqualified because they were suffering from different kinds of skin diseases while others were disqualified after testing positive to HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B, pregnancy for ladies and high blood pressure. two applicants were arrested after presenting forged academic documents, he adds.
The deceased had just returned from a peace Keeping mission in somalia. He picked a quarrel with colleagues at a bar from where he was seriously assaulted. he died five days later while being transported to Mulago National referral Hospital.
The early morning fire gutted a restaurant at Twin Tour plaza in Masaka town. The cause of the fire outbreak is still unknown. However, some traders who work in this building believe that fire could have been deliberately started by business rivals.
Despite hundreds of youth turning up at Rukungiri Municipality stadium with the intention of joining the army most of them were disqualified on Medical grounds, lack of Academic Documents, advanced Age and unfitness.
He says Bukakata road has been included on the list of 21 priority roads, which are to be tarmacked this financial year. Kyadondo says they are done with the first stages of demarcating the road size and width and evaluation of properties, which will be affected by the road works.
They suggest, for example, that government considers increasing the number of Uganda People\'s Defence Forces (UPDF) troops in the area. They also want the government of Uganda to cooperate with that of South Sudan to enable the wildlife staff and other security agencies of both countries to cub the problem of insecurity caused by wildlife animals in the area.
In the report, the committee notes with concern the reluctance by government to fulfill its earlier commitment towards improving teachersâ€™ welfare. According to the report, governmentâ€™s reluctance has forced teachers to seek alternative ways of finding additional income to make up for the little pay or abandon the profession altogether.